It's "energy week" at the White House, the latest of the administration's themed messaging weeks.
A word you'll hear a lot: A major emphasis will be achieving U.S. energy "dominance," according to a White House official.
Big picture: Trump will emphasize that the U.S. is "on the brink of becoming a net exporter of oil, gas, coal and other energy resources," via Bloomberg.
Quick take: Trumpworld's frequent use of "dominant" creates a rationale for easing rules and making more lands and waters available for drilling. They need a big word, because U.S. oil and natural gas production already surged under Obama, reaching records in gas and near-records in oil.
How it will unfold, according to the official . . .
- Energy will be a "key item of discussion" when Trump hosts Indian PM Narendra Modi at the White House on Monday.
- Trump and Energy Secretary Rick Perry will meet Wednesday in the White House Roosevelt Room with governors, tribal officials and others.
- The big showcase comes Thursday, when Trump will make a speech at the Energy Department at an event with other Cabinet officials and top aides, and industry workers and officials.
- Looking forward, Trump will soon travel to Poland, which received its first shipment of U.S. LNG earlier this month.